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  • Defanging the Law
  • Defanging the Law

    How special interests helped take the bite out of an initiative punishing animal cruelty.
  • Tragedy on the Slopes
  • Tragedy on the Slopes

    Death on the mountain, a booming Internet town and animal welfare.
      Avalanche Kills Respected SkierAn avalanche near Stevens Pass in Washington’s Cascade mountain range killed three respected backcountry skiers on Sunday, including one recently profiled in a spe
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  • In the Blood
  • In the Blood

    With a lasso and a degree in agribusiness, a new generation of cowboy rises on the West Plains.
      When Cody Harris and his sister, Catlin Dix Harris, rode out to meet their herd for the fall roundup in mid-November, they were continuing a legacy of cattle ranching that goes back hundreds of years
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  • Commitment Issues
  • Commitment Issues

    The city and county take one step toward collaboration - and two steps back.
  • Buffalo Boys
  • Buffalo Boys

    Think your job is risky? Try dodging bison during mating season.
      Victor Piengkham, 25, is behind the wheel. Wearing a sleeveless white undershirt and a long black ponytail, he bounces the Ford across the cratered field. Lyle Witford, 23, sits with the hay in the back. As the beasts shamble aside to let the truck pass, they’re relatively calm at first.
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  • Crocodile Tears
  • Crocodile Tears

    There are lots of stories of exotic pets gone rogue. This doc focuses on the right one.
      against the keeping of wild animals, Brumfield tells a story about how his big cats, Lambert and Lacie, have become his reason to get up in the morning. There’s no doubt the man needs a psychiatrist, but it’s also clear how desperately he loves these animals.
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  • McRuined Field?
  • McRuined Field?

    A park riles up the Lake City. Plus, animal torture and juvenile sex offenders.
      A decision to add park improvements doesn’t usually tear apart a community. But for the last six months, changes to McEuen Field — a major waterfront park near Coeur d’Alene’s City Hall — have been the subject of contention.
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  • Huffing and Puffing
  • Huffing and Puffing

    The wolf’s strange journey on and off the endangered species list.
      Sometimes it seems these are the only choices, given the rhetoric around the wolf. The gray wolf in the Northern Rocky Mountains has just been removed from the endangered species list via a clever maneuver in a budget bill in D.C. It’s the first time that’s been done since the list was created in the 1970s.
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  • The Great Turtle Chase
  • The Great Turtle Chase

    One man's epic battle against the wildlife police and the state's grip on native turtles.
      For Bill Bernstein, 40, this might have been the time to pursue a pastime he’s enjoyed since his childhood: collecting snakes and turtles from their aquatic sanctuaries. Or, it could have been the time to reignite his side business of selling those turtles.
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  • Scats and Dogs
  • Scats and Dogs

    What dog noses are teaching us about endangered species.
      Wasser, an endocrinologist, studies animal populations by looking at the hormone levels of selected individuals. One of the best sources of information? Everyday excrement.
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  • What The Duck?
  • What The Duck?

    To feed or not to feed...
      The conundrum goes something like this: Humans feed a few ducks stale bread, a massive population of free-rider ducks looking for junk food infiltrates the area, the ecosystem can’t support them — too many ducks means too much poop, which leads to...
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  • Getting Gassed
  • Getting Gassed

    In the struggle of squirrels versus humanity, who takes precedence?
      She says Geiger’s decision is consistent with the mindset that humans should kill anything that gets in our way.
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  • When Bears Attack

    Thomas Nerison was just taking a jog in the woods near his Kalispell home when BOOM!
      Thomas Nerison is a 60-year-old cabinet-maker from North Dakota who has lived in Kalispell, Mont., since 1981. An avid runner, he regularly jogs through the woods on the edge of Glacier National Park.
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  • Euthanation

      The black cat lets out an urgent meow as visitors enter the room. Two other animals in adjacent cages lie dead, their bodies deflated after an injection of sodium pentobarbital. This one is next in line to be euthanized -- killed by a le
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